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Title: Martin O. Helseth

Dates: 1903-1924

Collection Number: 00170

Quantity: 30 items

Abstract: Early images of homesteading, coal mining, the Interstate Fair, and towns in western North Dakota including Beach, Bowbells, Ambrose, Powers Lake, Dickinson, Columbus, and Cooperstown.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection from Martin O. Helseth.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.


00170-01              Governor John Burke at Ambrose, N.D. August 20, 1910. Others pictured include Einar Jannes, Ted Austinson, and Fred Carter         
00170-02              Lineup of automobiles across from the State Bank, Cooperstown (ND) 1907
00170-03              June races on Main St., Bowbells (ND) 1910
00170-04              Harness racing, Bowbells (ND) June 15, 1910
00170-05              First train to Powers Lake, looking east from town 1911. Photo by J. C. Sebek     
00170-06              Main St., Powers Lake (ND) 1912. Photo by J. C. Sebek
00170-07              Balloon ascension 6,000 feet from the earth, Interstate Fair, Beach (ND). Photographer: Welch 
00170-08              Fairgrounds, Interstate Fair, Beach (ND). Photographer: Welch
00170-09              Mains St., Beach (ND) Photographer: Holmboe & White, New Salem, N.D.
00170-10              Villard St., Dickinson (ND) 1910. Photographer: Holmboe
00170-11              Sod house and barns
00170-12              Des Lacs Bridge, east of Bowbells (ND) 1924. Photographer: Oscar Helseth, Westby (MT)
00170-13              Camping on Rev. Bulenberg’s homestead 1909
00170-14              Cattle laying down ‘We had sit down strikes them days too’ 1911 Photographer: Fred Olson
00170-15              Jakob Gunderson hauling home his winter coal in a wagon pulled by cattle 1907
00170-16              Jakob Gunderson and Bob Beyneldson discing sod on Section 20-Leaf Mountain Township 1908
00170-17              Traux and Traer Mine 1908
00170-18              Whittier-Crockett Coal Co. moving the big shovel from south to north pits, Columbus (ND) 1912
00170-19              Martin O. Helseth farm buildings 1914                   
00170-20              Martin O. Helseth hauling rocks, hired man Olaf Rud discing 1905
00170-21              Martin O. Helseth and hired man Oscar Jengvold plowing and dragging spring 1908
00170-22              Thrashing on John Salveson's farm 1905
00170-23              Mr. and Mrs. Martin O. Helseth and kids, Mr. Helseth’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Helseth, of Pelican Rapids, Minn., and hired man Olaf Rud in front of claim shack 1905
00170-24              Frank Johnson’s homestead 1903
00170-25              Soo Line rotary plow at work, Columbus (ND) January 29, 1916
00170-26              C. H. Part loading coal on train at Columbus (ND) 1908
00170-27              E. W. Gunlock barn wrecked by wind, Columbus (ND) 1908
00170-28              Gem Laundry, Columbus (ND) 1907
00170-29              Paulson and Stenrude store, Columbus (ND) 1908
00170-30              Birds eye view Columbus (ND) 1910

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